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As part of Tauranga City Libraries 'Threads of Memory' project Stephanie Smith talked about her grandfather, Stanley Edward Oppenheim, who served as a postal worker during World War I.
2015
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Rutherford Denholm McCully worked in Tauranga as a journalist for the Bay of Plenty Times. He served in World War I (1914-1918) and World War II (1939-1945).
2015
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The origins of the name 'Pyes Pa' in Tauranga can be traced back to Victoria Cross recipient Charles Pye.
2015
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Edward Watt Garmonsway received a gunshot wound to the abdomen whilst fighting in France during World War I (1914-1918). He was my second great uncle - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Francis Garmonsway departed from New Zealand aboard the 'SS Knight Templar' on 17 February 1900 to fight in the 'Boer War'. He was my first cousin thrice removed - Debbie
2012
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Charles Vincent Garmonsway served in France during World War I (1914-1918). He was my second great uncle - Debbie McCauley.
2015
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Henry Luke Walker was a Lance Corporal and Driver with the 2nd Division New Zealand Army Service Corps during World War II (1939-1945). He was my third cousin once removed's
2015
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Alfred Barber was born in Tauranga. Prior to enlistment he was working in Australia as a Fruit Grower. He enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force on 4 September 1914. Alfred
2015
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George Charles William Davies was working at Alex Findlay's garage in Tauranga when he joined up for World War I.
2014
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Roy Leslie Garmonsway served during World War I (1914-1918). He was discharged from war service in 1919 suffering from deafness and indigestion. Roy was my second great uncle - Debbie
2015
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An embroidered card sent to his wife during World War I by Pte Walter Ambrose Barnes, 62483 (1889-1976) was lent to the Tauranga City Library in 2014 for display. The
2014
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During World War I (1914-1918) Samuel Hastings Brierly embarked as part of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, 43rd Reinforcements, Medical Corps. He was my second great uncle - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Tauranga man Harold Clark received a leg wound whilst serving as a private during World War I (1914-1915). Over the rest of his life bullets and shot continued to work
2014
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Ernest William Chater enlisted in World War I from Tauranga on 15 August 1914. He was shot in the leg during the Battle of Chunuk Bair on 9 August 1915.
2015
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John Richard McCauley was a veteran of both the South African War (Boer War) (1899-1902) and World War I (1914-1918). In 1918 he was badly wounded in France and his
2015
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Arthur Benjamin Birkett was from Opunake. He served in the 'Boer War' sailing with the sixth contingent referred to as 'The Silent Six', on the 'Cornwall' on 30 January 1901.
2012
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I was shot through the neck by a Turkish sniper. Fortunately the bullet continued through to the other side and came out of my shoulder. It took me three days
2015
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The first wounded from Gallipoli returned to New Zealand on the SS Willochra in July and October of 1915. Private Leslie Richard Shannon was amongst these men.
2014
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Tauranga man Ernest Rudolf Lovell was using the pseudonym 'James West' when he died of wounds he received at Gallipoli in 1915.
2015
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On 5 March 1945 Alexander Alan Twaddle's plane was hit by friendly fire. The crew jumped out of the aircraft and Alexander landed on frozen ground near Thionville, France. He
2015